In a recent post on Brookings, entitled Strong Payroll Growth Continues, Jonathan Wright discusses an alternative way the Bureau of Labor Statistics can calculate adjustments for seasonal patterns in employment.
Department News and Announcements Archive
Congratulations to Collin Rabe, who successfully defended his dissertation on February 9, 2015.
In December, Professor Jonathan Wright issued the keynote speech at the Research Triangle Econometrics Conference in North Carolina and gave an invited lecture at the annual EC2 conference in Barcelona. […]
Robert Moffitt organized a conference on Means-Tested Programs in the United States on December 5-6, 2014 at the NBER offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where experts on each of the major […]
Four of our Faculty members (Korinek, Wright, Ball and Jeanne) will speak at the IMF Annual Research Conference which takes place 11/13-11/14. More information can be found here.
Meet our 2014/2015 Job Market Candidates: Marco Cornia, Emek Karaca, Gizem Kosar, Yiyang Li, Hai Nguyen, Gwyn Pauley.
Professor Emeritus Louis Maccini gave a Plenary Addresses at the 18th Symposium of the International Society for Inventory Research in Budapest, Hungary. The title of the talk was “Inventories and […]
Victor Chernozhukov, Professor of Economics at MIT will give a special lecture on the econometrics of high-dimensional sparse models. The lecture will be held on Thursday, October 30, in Mergenthaler 426 […]
Congratulations to Lucia Tiererova, Chris Martin, Natsuki Arai and Blair Chapman, who all successfully defended their dissertations this fall.
Robert Moffitt delivered the 2014 W. J. Usery Distinguished Lecture at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University on October 8, 2014. His lecture was entitled […]